• 1. second hand news
      • 2. dreams
      • 3. never going back again
      • 4. don't stop
      • 5. go your own way
      • 6. songbird
      • 7. the chain
      • 8. you make loving fun
      • 9. i don't want to know
      • 10. oh daddy
      • 11. gold dust woman

      Does anyone know what this record sounds like?

      One of the greatest, biggest-selling albums of all time, remastered on CD, with the 3xCD expanded edition including a disc of live recordings from the 1977 tour plus a disc of previously unreleased studio out-takes.

      Other Releases by Fleetwood Mac

      Fleetwood MacTusk (1979)Warner Bros

      'Difficult' follow-up album to the omnipotent 'Rumours'. Nice and left-field and includes the twisted title-track 'Tusk'.

      First time on silver vinyl!

        Other Releases on Warner Bros.

        Tony Joe White...ContinuedWarner Bros.

        Features a sublime string-drenched version of Rainy Night in Georgia that is truly beautiful, plus some great Swamp rock - loads of excellent tracks !

        • – Elements and Things
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        • – Old Man Willis
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        America Hat Trick (1973)Warner Bros.

        Acoustic-y USA rock, 73. Original vinyl

          • Original LP£8.99
            Vinyl condition: VG+Sleeve condition: VG+Original = Original USA Vinyl
            100% Guarantee on this and all Original Vinyl at Sounds Of The Universe - 'if you're not happy we're not happy' or your money back!
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          Alice ColtraneTransfiguration (1978)Warner Bros.

          Double album from the high priestess of deep jazz recorded live in 1978.

            • 2×LP (180g)£33.99
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            Sex PistolsNever Mind The Bollocks (1977)Warner Bros.

            Every track is killer! 100% essential.

              • New LP (180g) + Download Code£21.99
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                Jazz icon Don Cherry and textile artist Moki Cherry (née Karlsson) met in Sweden in the late sixties. They began to live and perform together, dubbing their mix of communal art, social and environmentalist activism, children’s education, and pan-ethnic expression “Organic Music.”

                Organic Music Societies highlights models for collectivism and pedagogy deployed in the Cherrys’ interpersonal and artistic work through the presentation of archival documents alongside newly translated and commissioned writings by musicians, scholars, and artists alike.

                Covering Don Cherry's ensembles during his Sweden years and beyond. Two selections of Moki’s unpublished writings—consisting of autobiography, observations, illustrations, and diary entries, as well as poetry and aphorisms—are framed by tributes from her daughter Neneh Cherry and granddaughter Naima Karlsson.

                Swedish Cherry collaborator Christer Bothén contributes period travelogues from Morocco, Mali, and New York, providing insight into the cross-cultural communication that would soon come to be called “world music.” The collection also features several previously unpublished interviews with Don. Also here is a an interview with Terry Riley.

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